Cookies are small pieces of text sent to your browser by a website you visit. They help that website remember information about your visit,which can both make it easier to visit the site again and make the site more useful to you.
[a] Should I accept cookies on a website ?
It's a good idea to decline third-party cookies. If you don't decline, the website could sell your browsing data to third parties. Sharing your personal information with third parties without giving you any control over it could also leave you vulnerable.
[b] So what is website crawling ?
Website Crawling is the automated fetching of web pages by a software process, the purpose of which is to index the content of websites so they can be searched. The crawler analyzes the content of a page looking for links to the next pages to fetch and index.
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As the Swazi Host respects the private and confidential nature of a person’s personal information, it is committed to protecting the user’s / visitor’s personal data. This section explains the procedure through which the consortium acting as Data Controller collects, transfers, processes, uses and discloses user / visitor data and sets its security practices as well as information regarding the actions which a user / visitor of the Website must take if he or she does not wish his or her personal information to be further collected or processed while visiting the Website.
These privacy terms may be reviewed and updated at any time and without further notice. The user / visitor is kindly requested to check these terms regularly in order to keep track of any changes, as the continuous use of the website implies full acceptance of any possible modifications.
Data collected / processed by the company Information sent by the user / visitor himself/herself
[2.1] When the user / visitor uses the Website, the Consortium collects the following information sent by the user / visitor himself/herself:
Information, messages and files sent directly to the Consortium’s e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The forms that he or she fills and submits (e.g. application for enrolling to newsletters).
THIS CLOUD SERVICES AGREEMENT GOVERNS YOUR ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE SERVICES. CAPITALIZED TERMS HAVE THE DEFINITIONS SET FORTH HEREIN. BY (1) CHECKING A BOX INDICATING YOUR ACCEPTANCE, (2) EXECUTING AN ORDER FORM THAT REFERENCES THIS AGREEMENT, OR (3) USING THE SERVICES IN WHOLE OR IN PART, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. IF YOU DISAGREE, YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO USE THE SERVICES. IF THE INDIVIDUAL ACCEPTING THIS AGREEMENT IS ACCEPTING ON BEHALF OF A COMPANY OR OTHER LEGAL ENTITY, SUCH INDIVIDUAL REPRESENTS THAT THEY HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO BIND SUCH ENTITY TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, IN WHICH CASE THE TERM “YOU” SHALL REFER TO SUCH ENTITY. THIS AGREEMENT IS EFFECTIVE AS OF THE EARLIER OF (A) YOUR INITIAL ACCESS TO THE SERVICE OR (B) THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE FIRST ORDER FORM REFERENCING THIS AGREEMENT (“EFFECTIVE DATE”).
All definitions used in the Agreement are specified in Swazi Host
[a] Agreement and Scope
These Terms, together with any accepted Order between You and Us,, comprise the Agreement between You and Us. The Agreement governs Your access to and use of the Services specified in the applicable Order, which may include Cloud Service, Online Training Cloud, Support Services.
DeliveryFollowing the execution of an Order for the Cloud Service, We shall provide You via e-mail with all information required for You to access and use the Cloud Service. Where You order Cloud Service of the type “Digital Consulting Blocks” or a similar product without a separate Order, Your order placed online will be “the Order,” and no automatic Order renewals in accordance with Section 9.1 shall apply.
[2.1] Your Access Rights and Obligations
You are granted a non-transferable right to use and access the Cloud Service and any non-Celonis Application identified in the Order, during the Subscription Term, for Your own and Your Affiliates’ internal purposes (which specifically excludes any analysis of data from third-party source systems), unless otherwise stated in the applicable Documentation for such Cloud Service. Use of the On-premise Component (where applicable) is limited to use with its associated Cloud Service, and may not be modified or altered in any way except by Us; provided, however, that to the extent any third party content is included in the On-premise Component and is accompanied by its own license terms, those terms shall control with respect to such content. Full functionality and interoperability of the On-premise Component may not be attainable without use of the most current version made available by Us.. You are responsible for all acts and omissions in breach of the Agreement by Users and Affiliates. As between You and Us, We are and remain exclusive owners of all rights (including without limitation the Proprietary Rights) in and to the Services.
Step 1: Log in to the Swazi Host ClientArea portal and go to Services -> Registration -> Amendment of Registration Non-core Fields. Step 2: Go to the authorised signatory tab. Click on the 'Add new' button. Step 3: Enter the details of the new authorised signatory whose email address and mobile number you wish to use.
[a] Changing your registered email address From cPanel
Log into cPanel.
Scroll to the "Preferences" section and select "Contact Information"
Enter your desired email address in the "Enter an email address to receive account notifications and password reset confirmations" field.
[b] From WHM
Log into WHM
Navigate to "List Accounts"
Find the account you'd like to update
Click the "+" button on the far left of the account entry
Enter a new email address in the "Change Contact Email" field
Affiliate Obligation means indebtedness owing an Affiliate of a Loan Party (which is not a Loan Party itself) to a Loan Party, provided that a first priority security interest has been granted by such Loan Party to Agent in the amounts owed by the Affiliate in a manner satisfactory to Agent.
[1.1] How Do Affiliates and Affiliate Agreements Work?
Whether one business is an affiliate of another is based on common ownership, common management, and the existence of a contract
[a] Affiliates as Independent Contractors
An affiliate is usually not part of the company with which it affiliates. It's a separate company, an independent contractor. While another a company may affiliate through ownership, that ownership doesn't mean total control.
[b] Affiliate Agreements
Affiliate agreements can be entered into by any type of business, from sole proprietor to corporation. Affiliating with another company is a good way to promote your business and make more money by joining with someone who has a proven track record and a larger customer base. But before you join an affiliate program of any kind.
Benefits of Affiliate Marketing on Your Business Low cost of start-up. An affiliate program does not require that you have an advertising team for ad visuals or purchase ad space. Other benefit it's Low cost of start-up. An affiliate program does not require that you have an advertising team for ad visuals or purchase ad space.
[2.1] What are the 3 main types of affiliates?
Firms typically pay affiliates per sale and less frequently by clicks or impressions. The three main types of affiliate marketing are unattached affiliate marketing, involved affiliate marketing, and related affiliate marketing.